Databases (or eResources) provide access to quality academic resources for your work. The Finding Information tab will take you through the stages to find information efficiently and effectively.
The databases have been subdivided into sections to reflect their content.
Preprint Server for Psychology. Remember these have may not been peer reviewed at this stage, but they are open access.
Cogprints - electronic archive for self-archived papers in any area of Psychology
PeerJ - life, biology, medicine, and environmental sciences
Preprints - Multidisciplinary
What is "grey Literature"?
Grey literature is the term given to publications produced by government departments, charities, business, industries, etc in short anything that is not produced commercially. It is a great source of authoritative information on quite narrow areas of research. Be careful and apply the normal criteria in establishing the reliability of the publication before you use it.
Many of the databases/eResources also have grey literature included on them.
Where to find grey literature
Ethos - PhDs held in the British Library, great source of research
GreyNet - provides links to sources of information
Social Science Research Network (SSRN) - papers, research, conference papers, etc
If the library does not have the article you need you can request an inter-library loan. A copy of the article will in most cases be emailed to you within a 2-3 working days. Books can also be requested via inter-library loan, but will take longer to arrive as they have to be posted.
If you need more, please contact me.